Video: Hands-On Review of the Sony alpha A7II


In the following video, Larry Becker, of KelbyOne, presents an overview of the Sony Alpha a7II mirrorless digital camera, and covers its updates and distinctions from its predecessor, the a7, as well as the other a7-series cameras. The video begins by touching on some ergonomic and physical changes, including a new metal body design, enhanced grip, and forward-angled shutter-release button. From here, Becker reviews the five-axis sensor-shift image stabilization system, and describes how it performs with a wide array of lenses. The video then segues into the updated video quality, with XAVC S support, and then covers the 24.3MP full-frame CMOS sensor, BIONZ image processor, and other key shooting attributes. The video wraps up with a brief introduction to the Sony Sonnar T* FE 55mm f/1.8 ZA lens and highlights the key points of the a7-series’ different models. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at B&

Add new comment

its a shame that Sony make these great cameras but don't support them.  my A7R was damaged by water.  I had to prepay $800 to get them to look at it.  A week later, they advised it is not repairable.  None of my $800 has been returned and no one is returning my email inquiries.

The amount of water that killed my A7R was minimal compared to what my Fuji and Canon camers have been subjected to with no issue.

Why is the sound synch always off in these vids?